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's healthcare law, and the list is long. they are charging customers extra, but not giving all that extra money to the employees who it's supposed to go to. >> reporter: when you dine out in san francisco, you pay a little extra to help fund the workers healthcare, but the city attorney says dozens of restaurants aren't using all that money for their employees. some people find it hard to swallow. >> i think it's terrible. as it is, the waiters and staff are living off tips and don't normally get full benefits. >> they can stop charging 4.5% on my bill if it's not going to the right place. >> reporter: san francisco city attorney is telling 50 restaurants to clean up their act in three months. >> by doing so, they can avoid litigation by my office for consumer fraud. >> reporter: we don't know which of the city's thousands of restaurants are under investigation, but we've obtained a list of 100 who reported they have taken far more money than they have paid out in employee health costs. in 2011, chef michael minas' group collected more than half million
in san franciscan mean you will pay extra for a healthcare surcharge. we broke this story exclusively several months ago that restaurants were collecting cash from customers but not making it available to employees. our investigation first uncovered a few restaurants that were breaking the law. today, we're learning from the city attorney the problem is more widespread. part of the dining experience in san francisco is paying a little more to help cover your server's healthcare. >> we're here today to announce -- >> reporter: but according to the city attorney, many restaurants will be breaking the law. he is now telling nearly 50 of them to clean up their acts or get charged with fraud. >> they charge surcharges to be in compliance with san francisco's universal healthcare law but use little or none of the funds to provide healthcare benefits to employees. >> reporter: he won't disclose the names of the restaurants under investigation but sent out warning letters giving them three months to come forward. we have obtained a list of nearly 100 rest
with you. aarp medicare supplement insurance plans, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. keep dreaming. keep doing. go long. people marched in washington d.c. today appealing for more gun control legislation. that included roughly 100 from newtown, connecticut. among them, stacy mccoy blinn. her son was friends with chase kowalski one of 20 first graders and six adults killed at sandy hook elementary school. >> we want to have safe schools safe towns, safe cities, safe states, and a safe country. and if that means getting rid of the guns that means getting rid of the guns. >> axelrod: some supporters of gun rights say there's been a voice that's been muffled in this debate, if not missing altogether. the one belonging to female gun owners. here's nancy cordes. >> shooter are you ready? >> yes. >> reporter: tina wilson-cohen teaches women how to shoot. and the idea of an assault weapons ban worries her. >> i'm very concerned and i think we are teetering on losing our rights. >> reporter: she says about 90% of her female clients buy guns to boost their confidence levels and for
. >>> well, a crackdown on consumer fraud cases involving healthcare for workers here in san francisco. a city law says restaurants are supposed to be setting aside a couple of dollars from each bill to help cover employee health expenses. city attorney says that's not always happening. today's crackdown announcement comes a week after a pizza company agreed to a $200,000 settlement for failing to do just that. >>> bart trains are getting new security equipment that will also help riders stay connected. bart is buying communications devices that will send live video from the railcars to bart security and their control centers. those devices will also provide free wi-fi service now for the cars. that service is expected to be a lot more reliable than the current wi-fi that's offered aboard the bart trains right now. >>> 10 minutes before 7:00. and some sprinkles outside this morning. >> light showers out there this morning. but this weekend we have some big changes coming our way. some much colder air headed in our direction and maybe a few more sh
involving healthcare for workers in the city, a city law that took effect in 2009 saying restaurants are supposed to be setting aside a couple of dollars from each bill to cover employee health expenses. the city attorney says that is not always happening. his crackdown comes a week after a pizza company agreed to a $200,000 settlement for failing to do that. >>> futures trading suggests a higher open when today's session begins on wall street in 45 minutes. here to chat about that ashley morrison of cbsmoneywatch.com. what day is it, ashley. >> reporter: it is friday and happy friday, frank and anne and to everyone! a long week it felt like. ha ha ha! good morning, everyone. a sharp drop in the yen rally japan's markets this morning. tokyo's nikkei shot up nearly 3% making its 11th straight week of gains while hong kong's hang seng lost .25%. >>> on wall street, stocks ended mixed yesterday. the dow closed up 46, nasdaq down 23, with most of the loss due to the big drop in apple stock. apple makes up 10% of the index. >>> microsoft stock fell in
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